Goldman Sachs Settles Gender Discrimination Case For $215M

  • Goldman Sachs is shelling out $215 million to settle a class action lawsuit that has been on the books since 2010.
  • The lawsuit, filed by women who served as associates and vice presidents in the company, was slated to go to trial in June.
  • “My goal in this case has always been to support strong women on Wall Street. I am proud that the result we achieved here will advance gender equity,” said plaintiff Allison Gamba.
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